Pump Stations / Storage Tanks
Pump stations and storage tanks are essential to water and wastewater collection and distribution systems for communities around the country.
Some of the most substantial waterworks investments—the transmission, distribution, and storage of raw and treated water—can be quite complex; and keeping these systems operating at their optimum capability is vital. However, Kimley-Horn knows the importance of these systems and offers you years of experience in traditional municipal water and wastewater pump stations, in-line booster stations, and storage facilities, including tanks and reservoirs. No matter your system’s needs—preliminary concept design, planning, construction drawings and specifications, permitting, bidding phase services, or construction observation and administration—our professionals are prepared to partner with you and ensure your success.
As one of the firm’s specialties, Kimley-Horn’s experience includes the design of pump stations with capacities from 0.1 million gallons per day (MGD) to more than 100 MGD for a variety of applications all over the nation. We have designed new pump stations to replace old and outdated ones, as well as complete renovations/rehabilitations of pump stations in their current location—all while keeping the station operational throughout the renovation or rehabilitation process. From massive water-moving pumping stations to in-line sewage pumping stations, we have the know-how to complete these projects successfully.
Kimley-Horn is a leader in the design and rehabilitation of elevated and ground storage tanks. Because we are a full-service consulting firm, our professionals can provide a range of services for your new tank design or rehabilitation project. Our team’s knowledge of system modeling and pump stations provides functional designs for water storage tanks. Our additional services related to water tank design include leading public involvement programs, assistance with funding, and site landscaping. In short, Kimley-Horn offers a complete package—from initial design through a successful completion.